We've replaced ingredients with great-tasting alternatives to create better-for-you recipes that are just as yummy as the originals.
We've replaced ingredients with great-tasting alternatives to create better-for-you recipes that are just as yummy as the original.
Here's a fang-tastic look for cake mix cupcakes. Dye prepared frosting with food coloring, add candies for the face.
It's pasta, salami, cheese and peppers--everything you love about cool antipasto appetizers in a hearty, flavorful pasta salad.
Just a bit of butter packs lots of flavor and makes this smoky Canadian bacon and sweet apple omelet a great dinner for your family.
Serve beef with broccoli and noodles in less than 30 minutes - perfect for Asian cuisine!
Want a main course salad without fussy steps? Stir-fry sauce doubles as dressing in this Asian-inspired cabbage, spinach, and chicken combo.
A can of Progresso® Light soup is the secret ingredient in this 30-minute meat-and-veggie skillet dinner.
Tacos with a twist! Wrap up dinner using a super-fast stir-fry with chicken, veggies and sauce.
Go ahead and add some beef jerky to the mix! Stir in 1 cup coarsely chopped beef jerky after microwaving the mix. To make it easier, use a kitchen scissors to cut the jerky into small pieces.
Bring a Southwestern supper classic to the breakfast table with bacon and eggs!
You love a grand entrance, and this applause-worthy brunch dish is just your style—beginning with traditional breakfast ingredients and ending with extraordinary good taste!
These super easy sliders can be ready for your party in 20 minutes!
Take 20 minutes and turn frozen sugar snap peas into a special side dish with mushrooms, tomatoes and basil.
A can-do attitude gets this main dish on the table in 25 minutes.
Need a new eye opener? Here's a cereal-topped layered breakfast dish that's loaded with nutrients from vitamin A to Z for zinc.
Have two breakfast cereals in one easy snack!
Simple, elegant and so flavorful, this appetizer is ready to serve in about 10 minutes!
These bumble bee cookies will have all your friends buzzing!
Here’s one easy-to-eat BLT. It’s all wrapped up in a flour tortilla.
Welcome spring in with these easy butterfly cookies.
Hungry snackers will appreciate this hearty, buttery mix—it’s great for that next hike!
New ways with popcorn. Combine fortified Chex® cereal with light popcorn and marshmallow creaminess for a low-fat fireside treat that's hard to beat.
Make a batch of this sweet and crunchy snack mix for family camping or a family reunion—it’s always a hit!
Perk up green beans with an Asian flair--teriyaki baste and glaze, tangy mustard and crunchy cashews.
Ready to bake in just 12 minutes, these cheesy enchiladas for two offer Mexican-inspired taste in an easy and satisfying meal.
Got 20 minutes? You can create a hearty cheesy potato and veggie dish with a crunchy onion top.
Buddy up to a crunchy Chex® snack with all-time favorite chocolate and peanut butter flavors!
To ease the load of last-minute prep, make the mix up to 2 weeks ahead and store in an airtight container.
This easy candy snack, made with caramel, chocolate and Chex® cereal is outstanding!
Cooking Gluten Free? Always read labels to make sure each recipe ingredient is gluten free. Products and ingredient sources can change. Variation Use dried cranberries or a mixture of dried cherries, cranberries and blueberries in place of the cherries.
Another popular name for this favorite mix is "puppy food". Chow down; it's doggone good!
Tips Just for the fun of it, try this recipe using different flavored chips or candy-coated pieces. Serving Idea Why not? Try this crunchy mixture served on top of ice cream!
This is an easy chicken dish with a Parmesan-crumb crust that keeps the chicken moist and adds great flavor.
This is a fun new way to have chicken pot pie in a cupcake form!
The zest of lime meets a punch of chili, garlic, onion and cayenne in a corny crunchy cereal mix. Special Touch Serve this zesty snack mix in a margarita glass with a salted rim. Rub the rim of the glass with the cut side of a lime or lemon wedge, then dip the rim into a shallow dish of coarse salt.
Impress guests with a three-ingredient Mexican dip you can have ready in 5 minutes!
Brown sugar and butter turns into caramelly goodness that surrounds Chocolate Chex® cereal for a scrumptious crunchy snack.
No wonder this is a bake sale winner! Devil's food cake sandwiches caramel, pecans and, yes, more chocolate in the middle. Yum.
Put a spin on creamy tomato soup! Every spoonful is loaded with chunks of celery, carrots and tomatoes.
How-To It’s easy to snip the apples into small pieces with a handy kitchen scissors.
Bring the all-American flavors of a club sandwich into your kitchen with this ready-in-a-flash salad.
Cozy up to the fire with this sweet, chocolaty snack with all the flavors of hot chocolate.
Donuts are everyone’s favorite office food. These homemade donuts start with refrigerated biscuits, then add a sweet glaze and crunchy Cocoa Puffs cereal for a fun and chocolatey punch.
Voted Best Supporting Side of 2008! Have a crowd to feed? Arm yourself with five easy ingredients, including Green Giant® veggies. A few minutes of prep, and you'll have a delicious veggie casserole in the oven.
Nacho cheese dip provides a kick in a tender crescent appetizer.
Like one-dish meals? Try this one with cheesy boxed potatoes, frozen fish fillets and carrots.
A devilish kick of chili powder, curry, cumin and coriander set this crunchy cereal mix apart from the classic.
Make the “berry” easiest crisp you may ever make! Cake mix and pie filling are the secret helps.
Tinted coconut and candies are the simple extras that make sweet chick cupcakes.
These burritos are as filling as they are delicious!
Old El Paso® products and easy fish fillets make quick work out of Mexican fare.
Try this macaroni and cheese recipe from Betty Crocker.
Stir up a batch of doubly good cookies, using two flavors of easy cookie mix, oats and chocolate candies.
Almonds add crunch and raisins add extra sweetness to colorful carrots. Have it ready in 20 minutes.
Just three ingredients make a zesty appetizer filled with basil and roasted red bell peppers.
Jazz up oven-baked Betty Crocker® potatoes with ranch dressing, rich cream and crunchy French-Fried onion rings.
Make colorful sushi that's sweet, fun for kids, and anything but fishy.
Don’t want to wait for the ice cream truck? Make these fun frozen yogurt treats yourself! This novelty-inspired dessert has only four ingredients and a few simple steps, so it’s easy to make with the kids.
Amaze your guests with these fun biscuit bowls of chili!
Jump-start a deliciously easy dinner with a can of Progresso® soup!
Fire-up your next backyard fiesta with our perfectly grilled Mexican-flavored burgers. There’s plenty of spice plus a cheese-a-licious surprise inside each bite.
Enjoy this crunchy snack made using Corn Chex® cereal - perfect for Halloween.
Trick or treat? Surprise little witches and goblins with this fruit, candy and cereal mix. They'll be "goblin" it up!
Layering ham and cheese on a granola bar gives you a sweet-spicy-salty combo in every bite of this super-quick snack.
Serve this easy breakfast dish with honeydew or cantaloupe melon wedges and rye rolls.
This frittata is perfect with melon wedges and tall glasses of iced tea.
Shrimp and scallops combine with veggies in this quick microwave main dish.
These delicious “cupcakes” are actually made with cookies. When stacked between layers of whipped cream and then chilled, the cookies become cake-like. Fresh fruit adds a festive and colorful touch.
Send your Valentine a message on these yummy cookies--pretty to look at, simple to make
These rum-spiked frozen treats take the flavors of a well-known Tiki cocktail – the Mai Tai – and turn it into a fruity (and boozy) ice pop.
Sassy potatoes can be made simply with the addition of salsa and a few other flavorful ingredients.
Tips Pecan halves can be used in place of the cashews. Did You Know? Dried ancho chile peppers are slightly fruity in flavor and the sweetest of the dried chiles.
This is a fun new way to serve meat loaf and mashed potatoes!
A taco-seasoned butter spread and a salsa dip elevate plain old grilled cheese sandwiches to "Let's have these more often."
Top this Mexican mac and cheese with a little salsa, sliced olives and a dollop of reduced-fat sour cream.
The classic flavors of huevos rancheros show up here in an even easier-to-make scrambled form.
To make these party favorites ahead, assemble them, then cover and refrigerate up to 2 hours; bake as directed.
These mini hand pies take everything we love about s’mores –crunchy graham crackers, melty chocolate, ooey-gooey marshmallows – and put it into a handheld pie pocket that delivers a perfect taste of summer.
A stunning salad starts with mixed field greens and four other on-hand ingredients. Have it ready in 10 minutes!
A touch of pumpkin spice hints at Halloween in this sweet-and-salty snack mix.
Why should meat lovers have all the fun? This larger than life veggie burger is loaded with fresh vegetables and tasty chick peas. It moves veggies from the side to the center of the plate.
Flour tortillas stuffed with a smoky chipotle chili-bean mixture, mozzarella and other tasty fillers will satisfy your lunch or dinner need to munch.
Steak seasoning and French-fried onions put the party in this crunchy nibble.
’Tis the season for treats galore! Once your cookies are cooled, give them the presentation they deserve with Ziploc® brand Holiday Coll
Melt white chocolate, stir in Chex cereal and crushed candy canes; then drizzle with dark chocolate. What could be easier for a fun, festive holiday?
Four-ingredient pizza roll-ups are ready for snacking or lunchtime in half an hour.
Tres leches is the Spanish term for three milks. The three types of milk create this cake's signature indulgence.
Time-saving prepared slaw gives you a jump start on a quick salad with fresh berries and purchased vinaigrette.
Using an easy-stir cookie mix makes these treats anything but scary
Tender flaky snapper gets a tasty top treatment of tomatoes and green peppers with just 1 teensy-weensy gram of fat.
Get the classic taste of cinnamon and sugar cookies in a munchable snack mix that's ready in 15 minutes!
Wherever you are, it'll be a white Christmas with these cookies baked with Pillsbury® refrigerated sugar cookies.
Add even more fun to your festivities by making a spirited white cake decorated with red and blue.
Need a little munchie? Whip up a batch of this nutty cereal mix that's ready to eat in 15 minutes.
Let these easy-mix cupcakes strut their delicious chocolate-peanut butter flavor and their good looks!
Still great after all these years! Chex® Party Mix has been a party favorite for over 50 years. Did You Know? The original recipe includes Corn Chex®, Rice Chex® and Wheat Chex®. You can mix and match to suit your taste—just use a total of 9 cups of cereal. Health Focus To reduce the fat to 2 grams and the calories to 80 per serving, use 3 tablespoons margarine instead of the 6 tablespoons butter, omit mixed nuts and use fat-free bagel chips. Special Touch Make enough of this favorite mix to package up as gifts for special friends—it’s so good and always a welcome surprise!
These charming tartlets are a sweet-heart of a dessert for Valentine's Day!
A 30-minute meatless skillet dinner, made with a can of Progresso® Light soup, comes to the rescue and serves two.